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Does Trulicity affect sperm count? 

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Apparently, it affects sperm quality more adversely than it does sperm production.

Moreover, sperm concentration is not always in itself the determinant of male fertility, so the use of sperm count as an indicator of male infertility in epidemiological studies should be considered with caution.

The results clearly indicated lower sperm quality (total sperm count, sperm concentration, motile sperm, relative amounts of type A motility, and progressive motility sperm [A + B]) in overweight and obese participants than in those with normal body mass index.

Such an increase in sperm production is an advantage if sperm mix randomly or if sperm displacement occurs.